When two of the most iconic brands in Australian wine come together for an auction, you know it’s going to be special. Live now, and ending at 19:00 AEDT this Sunday the 16th of December, auction house Langton’s are holding the world’s largest ever Penfolds auction, with a grand total of 2,635 bottles to go under the hammer online.
Some highlights include:
- Full set of Penfolds Grange (63 bottles) expected to sell for at least $300,000.
- 1951 Bin 1 Penfolds Grange – a National Trust Heritage wine – a bottle of which broke records earlier this year, selling for $78,000, making it Australia’s most expensive single bottle of wine.
- A Penfolds Bin 80C Magill Dry Red 1954 – thought to the only bottle remaining in the world – under the hammer for the first time.
- Also available are Penfolds Bin Range wines, with auctions starting from as little as $10.
Check out the full auction inventory here, and happy bidding. If you happen to pick up the full set, we’ll gladly help you get through it.